June 29, 2017

DIY Eye Makeup Remover that makes Eyelashes grow and minimizes Crow's Feet

Most commercial makeup remover leave my skin around the eyes irritated and sore - and worst of all I never feel the get rid off all of my eye makeup. Oil cleansing is my favorite method to remove makeup after a long day. Because oil dissolves oil, cleaning with a nutrient-rich oils won’t leave your skin greasy, but super soft and hydrated. The skin around your eyes is thinner and it's naturally more dry than other areas of your face, and also the first signs of ageing show around your eyes in form of dreaded crow’s feet. But you can considerably delay this ageing process just by taking better care of your skin around your eyes. In this video I will share with your how I make my eye makeup remover which will minimize the crow’s feet and will also make your eyelashes and brows grow. By the way, you can also use this oil as hot cleanser or hair treatment.

 For the DIY Eye Makeup Remover I have used the following ingredients:
5 Vitamin E Capsules
20 Drops Emu Oil
20 Drops Baobab Oil
20 Drops Castor Oil
150 ml Almond Oil

Why these oils - I hear you ask?

Vitamin E is nutrient and antioxidant at the same time - it restores the lost moisture and this is why it works best for dry and damaged skin, especially around the eyes. It promotes healthy skin, and reverses signs of ageing by regenerating new skin cells and therefore it can help to minimise the crows feet and when applied around the eyes it can lighten dark circles.

Emu oil is made up of 70 percent essential fatty acids, a combination of omega-9, 6 and 3s and it also contains antioxidants and vitamins, such as vitamins E and A. These properties give it its ability to reduce inflammation and moisturize the skin and treat skin conditions. It also contains antioxidants and vitamins, such as vitamins E and A. The Aborigines first introduced emu oil into European culture as a natural sunscreen and moisturizer and ever since it has been used for several skin conditions such as eczema, rosacea and dermatitis among others.
Emu oil is quickly absorbed by the skin and this can help lock in skin moisture and in return this helps with thy dryness especially around the eyes. Emu oil stimulates the skin renewal and and this will reduce the appearance of wrinkles and rejuvenate aging or sun-damaged skin.

Baobab oil is has gotten lot of attention in natural skincare and I must admit that it is one of my favorites to. The oil is native in Africa and is extracted from the seeds of the fruit of the baobab trees which can live a thousand years or more . Baobab oil contains all three omega fatty acids: omega 3, 6 and 9 and vitamins A, D, E and K, as well as linoleic acid, oleic acid and stearic acid among other nutrients - so it's super nourishing and hydrating and absorbs very quickly into the skin.

Castor oil has been used for years in Ayurveda beauty regimes and it is my favorite oils to use around the eyes. Castor oil encourages hair growth - so it's no surprise that it's one of the main ingredients in lash or brow serums. Because of its amazing wound healing properties Castor Oil is also one of the main ingredients in many expensive eye creams - so next time you are looking to buy an eye cream, I suggest you give the Castor Oil and save your some money.

 Almond Oil is rich is vitamins and unsaturated fatty acids and is suitable for all skin types. it's very nourishing oil especially for dry and mature which is also quite inexpensive. It soothes inflammation and it also helps to relieve itching induced by skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis.

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